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Having an issue with Microsoft Outlook caused by a 1.9-gig Outlook PST file. Is their a way to allow the file to be bigger or any other options to prevent this error?

Outlook Error

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Outlook versions prior to 2007 don't allow PST file sizes > 2GB. You can upgrade to Outlook 2007/2010 or otherwise you'll have to create a new PST file and use the new one going forward.

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if you dont upgrade, splitting PSTs is the way to go. Be sure to reduce the size of your PST below 1.9GB as you might still get the occasional error. – Keltari Aug 29 '11 at 18:53

Looks like your .PST is already corrupted.

I recommend for you to run scanpst.exe, this is just to prevent you from loosing any important folders, in your PST.

How to repair corrupted Data files

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